UGGS claims it lacks representation and involvement as CUSG navigates recent propositions from the graduate faction. By Tory Lysik
Students, faculty and community members weighed in on their experiences amid the longest government shutdown in United States history. By John Boughey and Robert Tann
If you want to measure the success of a society, then look to the quality of its children. By Henry Bowditch.
By Alison Noon:
Rec Center officially receives funding guarantee from student fees next spring, CU Student Government decided Thursday night
By Bethany Morris:
Radio 1190 faced unofficially proposed defunding at student government meeting
By Annie Melton
Tuitions are rising in Colorado because a lack of funding for higher education.
Candidates for CU Regent At-Large gathered for a debate Wednesday in the UMC, where they hashed out presumptive plans for the position.
As Election Day draws near, concerns over the effects of proposed ballot initiatives concern CU administration.
Students may be finding themselves facing many new changes when the fall semester of 2010 begins in August thanks to the severe increase in budget cuts that the CU system is facing.